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A stone property situated amidst trees on over 2 hectares of land which is situated midway between Najac and La Fouillade. The property consists of a stone house, and various stone outbuildings. Part of the house is habitable, but all needs renovation. The majority of the land is suitable for horses, livestock or cultivation.
Situated at the end of lane, a kilometre from the main road to Najac, the houseis not immediately visible on arrival. It is hidden amongst trees a short distance from the lane. A small, partially covered terrace leads to the front door of the house. The house is divided into two clearly defined areas, non-renovated and 1970’s renovated.
The non-renovated area is accessed from the front terrace area. It is one large room, 9.7m x 4.6m, with flimsy wooden partitions dividing it into three rooms, the largest of which is the original kitchen area with a cantou fiteplace and stone evier. An open wooden set of steps leads up to the roof space. The floor is comprised mainly of original oak floor boards. The ceiling is quite heavily beamed and the room is dual aspect with a total of four windows. A door leads into a small room, 2.1m x 2.1m, in need of major renovation.
A step up leads into the renovated part of the house measuring 10.9m x 4.8m.
Kitchen, 4.5m x 4.8m, tiled floor, small fitted kitchen area, double aspect with doors out to the front balcony and glazed doors to the rear terrace. Wood burning stove.
Bedroom 1, 3.6m x 2.7m, electric radiator.
Bedroom 2, 3.7m x 2.9m, electric radiator.
Bathroom, 2.5m x 1.8m, bath, wash basin, and w.c., electric radiator, tiled walls and floor.
Below the house are two large caves/cellars.
Cave 1, 10.4m x 4.9m, soil floor, stone walls, beams, double doors to front courtyard, large single door to rear.
Cave 2, 7.7m x 4.6m, soil floor, beams.
Close to the house are two small stone buildings, a garage structure and a stone well.